Succinct session with the slingers...
Q. What architectural features did you take from that course that you might want to use?
TIGER WOODS: None. Golf course is hard. I don't think anyone -- I wouldn't have any members.
Not exactly one they'll be adding to the club yardage book.
Ah the important stuff...
Q. Gloves on 18 -- you switched golf clubs in the bunker on 18, how long had you been using them?
TIGER WOODS: Gloves?
TIGER WOODS: I do that all day. I was sweating.
Q. How long did you use the one previous?
TIGER WOODS: One hole, we switch three, four gloves, and let them dry out and rotate them. Sweat leaks into them.
Glad we got to the bottom of that.
Q. How long has it been since you hit it this good? That was a lot of fairways, 17 straight greens under these circumstances, and in punitive conditions it had to have been a long, long while.
TIGER WOODS: Good question. I really don't know.
Q. When you tapped in at 18, that was a tribute to Arnold Palmer?
TIGER WOODS: No. I said I was pissed. Happy with a 5? (Laughter.)
Q. Could you tell right away when you got to the first green that the golf course was receptive?
TIGER WOODS: The greens were holding. It was more receptive, yeah. They weren't anywhere near as hard as they were yesterday afternoon.
But the downhill putts were just as fast, but I think the nice thing was if you hit shots with a 6-iron or 7-iron. The ball was going to hold. It wasn't going to be repelled.